Hotel Villa das Mangas
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... representing the Macua ethnic group. (Don’t ask – I don’t know.)
What can I say? It was a very interesting tour. It started off a bit odd, as we were confronted by a drunk (according to Ivan) who wanted his picture on the Internet. But it was quite non-threatening and Ivan handled it well. The drunk left after one of our slumming companions showed him his picture on here I-Pad. Other than that, ...
... crossed. All a bit precarious. Certain amount of listing.
Now for the first leg of the Paris-Dakar Rally. Not dirt track roads to reach the 5* beach resort. Oh no. Sand tracks. Much worse. Drive in convoy in case anyone goes down. No one does.
Pull up outside a thatched shack. This'll be the reception building. Won't it. The beach resort will be on the beach. Won't it.
But no. This open sided thatched shack about 20m x 20m ...
... Ils conduisent de l’autre côté de la voie
2. Il y a des trous dans les trottoirs où un homme pourrait s’y engouffrer (pour le vrai là)
Bon, en premier on est au tiers monde, le pays reçoit plus de 50% de son budget d’organisme extérieur (gouvernement, ONG, Nations-Unis, etc.). Nous sommes dans la capitale, donc en principe l’endroit le plus riche au pays. Comme écrivait Averil, on a plutôt l’impression d’être en Inde ou une version du ...
... single one of them.
After a very long and tiring bus journey back to Joburg, we arrived in Maputo to a lovely welcome from Lizz and the MC. After another yummy dinner at our favourite italian restaurant, we went home and celebrated one of the MC members', Sidd from India, birthdays. A great start to our week in Joburg!
A couple more entries from our packed week in Joburg before one final entry from me at the weekend...... aaagghhh!!!!! :( :(
Lots of love to all xxxx
... screaming and whooping at each of Britain's gold medals, and felt hugely proud. The highlight was our Kenyan friend telling me that we had no chance compared to Kenya in the 10000m... well we all know what happened there!
Sunday was another early start, as we all headed to Park Station to get our buses to Mozambique and Botswana. It was a very sad morning because Declan and I had to say bye to Lubka who is leaving 2 weeks earlier than us - the 4 have become 3! ...